Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev said the country’s economy will survive the hit caused by the new US sanctions, speaking during his annual address to the State Duma in Moscow on Wednesday. According to Medvedev, the US and Europe have imposed the role of the enemy on Russia. “They have tried to squeeze us out of world politics, world economic relations. We will cope with that pressure... Еще. We’ll turn all those actions to the benefit of our own economy. But we won’t forget those who keep continuing this anti-Russian policy,” the prime minister said. Wednesday’s address to the lower house of the parliament was Medvedev’s sixth as prime minister.